Jack Brickhouse Autograph

Jack Brickhouse was a legendary American sportscaster who became best known for his work in baseball. Born in Peoria, Illinois, in 1916, Brickhouse initially wanted to pursue a career in sports journalism. But he found a true passion in radio announcing, where he began his work as a sports broadcaster. More about Jack Brickhouse

Current items with a signature of Jack Brickhouse

These are the most current items with a signature of Jack Brickhouse that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnailJack Brickhouse Autographed Chicago Cubs Baseball JSA COA HOF Broadcaster$159.99logo
thumbnailJack Brickhouse Autographed Chicago Cubs MLB Baseball JSA COA HOF Broadcaster #2$149.99logo
thumbnailJack Brickhouse Signed on back 1989 Pacific Baseball Legends Auto w B&E Hologram$34.99logo
thumbnailJACK BRICKHOUSE Signed Thanks For Listening! BOOK Chicago CUBS HEY HEY! PSA/DNA$199.99logo
thumbnailJack Brickhouse Signed Vintage 1950's National League Giles Baseball JSA COA$499.00logo
thumbnailThanks for Listening! Jack Brickhouse Jack Rosenberg & Ned Colletti Signed$79.99logo
thumbnail Jack Brickhouse Hall of Fame Broadcaster Signed Cut with Auction House COA$59.00logo
Despite covering a variety of sports early in his career, Brickhouse eventually became one of the most recognized voices of baseball. He started broadcasting Chicago Cubs games on radio in 1940, and later transitioned to television. For almost four decades, Brickhouse became the familiar voice of Cubs baseball play-by-play. He coined several memorable catchphrases, including the popular “Hey Hey!” when a Cubs player hit a home run.

Throughout his career, Brickhouse cemented his status as one of the most respected and beloved sportscasters in history. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1983 and received several prestigious awards and honors for his outstanding work in broadcasting. Brickhouse’s unwavering passion and unparalleled expertise made a lasting impact on baseball and sports culture overall, and he remains a revered figure to this day. Read even more about Jack Brickhouse at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Jack Brickhouse

In total, we tracked 202 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Jack Brickhouse (PSA/DNA Hall of Fame Announcer signed baseball autograph auto Jack Brickhouse) was sold in February 2014 for $2499.00 while the cheapest item (Jack Brickhouse signed post card b&w ex cond. autograph) found a new owner for $0.99 in February 2009. The month with the most items sold (4) was October 2016 with an average selling price of $25.24 for an autographed item of Jack Brickhouse. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in February 2014 with $2499.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was February 2009. In average, an autographed item from Jack Brickhouse is worth $47.00.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Jack Brickhouse were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1989 Pacific Legends Autographed Jack Brickhouse Auto PSA$49.99logo
thumbnailErnie Banks CHICAGO CUBS Hand Written Note Signed From Jack Brickhouse Estate$31.99logo
thumbnailJack Brickhouse (d 1998) SIGNED Thanks for Listening! -Cubs, White Sox Announcer$19.99logo
thumbnailJack Brickhouse : A Voice for All Seasons Janice A. Petterchak Autographed$29.99logo
thumbnailJack Brickhouse Chicago Cubs Autographed Blue & White Snapback Baseball Cap Hat$49.99logo
thumbnailJack Brickhouse signed business card sized cut Psa/Dna$75.00logo
thumbnailJack Brickhouse signed National League autographed baseball HOF$79.99logo
thumbnailJack Brickhouse Signed Slabbed 3x5 Index Card Sportscaster Beckett COA$109.98logo
thumbnailNice Jack Brickhouse Hall Of Fame 1983 Signed Official NL Baseball With JSA COA$499.00logo

Latest News about Jack Brickhouse

Longtime Cubs voice Hughes wins Frick Award (12/07/22): Pat Hughes becomes the third Cubs broadcaster to receive the Ford C. Frick Award, joining Jack Brickhouse in 1983 and Harry Caray in 1989. Go to news article

Cubs will honor Jack Brickhouse Friday (07/24/14): His widow Pat Brickhouse recalls his career Almost 33 years after he broadcast his last Cubs game, and nearly 16 years after his death, Jack Brickhouse is finally getting his long-awaited tribute at Wrigley Field.

Pat Brickhouse on Cubs Honoring WGN’s Jack Brickhouse (07/04/14):     Pat Brickhouse talks to Dave Plier about ‘Jack Brickhouse Day’ at Wrigley Field on Friday July 25th, honoring the Radio Hall of Famer and Baseball Hall of Famer for over 40 years of play by play coverage for … Go to news article